Rago, Norway


Even the non-national park bits of the Nordland region of Norway are spectacular: flying or sailing into Bodø airport takes you along the dark, jagged edge of the country’s coastline, but Rago itself is a particularly impressive sight to behold. Rugged rock formations, boulders and steep mountains jut out of the often other-worldly landscape. One of the highlights is the Litlverivassforsen waterfall, which tumbles off the edge of Litlverivatnet lake. There are trails to follow, as well as cabins to pitch up in at night, and nearby Sjunkhatten and Junkerdal national parks are also within easy reach for those who want to explore further.


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